Chelsea have been involved in a lot of player sales of late, and one of their veteran midfielders is set to be one of the big transfers of the January 2017 transfer window
We take a look at the key stories surrounding Chelsea from the day
Antonio Conte has made some phenomenal changes to Chelsea this season, but his arrival could spell the end of one of the club's veteran midfielders
Inter Milan are interested in John Obi Mikel and Morgan Schneiderlin, according to reports
We take a look at the key stories concerning Chelsea FC today
After falling down the pecking order at Chelsea under Antonio Conte, John Obi Mikel's career at Stamford Bridge could soon come to an end.
With the arrival of N'Golo Kante, there was uncertainty looming large over Mikel's role in the squad which has now been redefined by Conte
John Obi Mikel believes that the atmosphere in the Chelsea camp has improved following Jose Mourinho’s sacking.
The 3-1 loss against Liverpool capped off a horrible week for the Blues, as their defeat to West Ham United the previous weekend was succeeded by an exit from the Capital One Cup in midweek to Stoke City. But even with Jose Mourinho’s reign at Stamford Bridge looking as uncertain as ever, midfielder John Obi Mikel has backed the Portuguese to lift Chelsea FC from its current plight. Jose Mourinho signed a new deal deal in August that would keep him on the Chelsea hot-seat until 2019, after he guided the Blues to a domestic double last season. However, with just 11 points in 11 games so far this term, Chelsea are wilting in 15th position as Mourinho’s future at the Bridge remains the talking point. But although Chelsea are finding it difficult to win a football match, the effort is there for everyone to be seen. And amidst all the ruckus, John Obi Mikel has dismissed reports about any player […]
The Nigerian international is set to add to the 339 official appearances he has made for Chelsea FC since joining the club in 2006, after confirming that he will stay with the Stamford Bridge outfit till the end of his contract